29.04.22 Pt 1 - How creative do you need to be to poop in someone’s bed? Gareth and Leigh-Ann get into the murkiness of the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial. And ever heard of post nut regret?

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A few months ago we met the Shout-It-Now organisation, and they told us all about a new app they are developing. This week, Lean Hamandishe gives us an update on the work that has happened since at Shout-It-Now. The free data app has been launched, and over 10,000 South African girls in remote areas now have access to HIV/AIDS related healthcare services - free of charge!

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A lot of people don't think about rape, until it happens to them or someone close to them. Living in SA, rape happens daily, all around us - and we can't turn a blind eye to this reality. This may be triggering, but the truth is that rape in itself is a pandemic! So what can you do to help a rape victim once you have gone to the police? Who else can you turn to for assistance? Find out here!

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Childhood is supposed to be a happy, carefree time in our lives - but these days there are so many kids and teenagers who are struggling with anxiety, depression and other related mental health issues. To unpack this, we're joined again on Health Matters by our mental health expert Jeanie Cavé, a clinical psychologist who works with individuals, couples, families, groups, children and adolescents. Brought to you by Cipla.

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Dumo Denga shares some of his thoughts on the recent purchase of Twitter by Elon Musk, the SCOPA fallout, and the ANC NEC suspending the Women's League. Justin Plaatjes is a 31-year-old qualified CA (SA) who works in investment banking, and he joins the team to talk about his contribution to a book called ‘This Generation Leads: The Latest Leadership Ideas from South Africa’.

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28.04.22 Pt 2 - Is Twitter going to change under Elon Musk? Dumo Denga - Libertarian and host of the ManPatria podcast - discusses the buyout of Twitter, and possible changes Musk might implement to make it better… or even more profitable. Justin Plaatjes is a 31-year-old qualified CA (SA) who works in investment banking, and he joins the team to talk about his contribution to a book called ‘This Generation Leads: The Latest Leadership Ideas from South Africa’.

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28.04.22 Pt 1 - Why do we have such a ‘complain culture’ in South Africa? Gareth blames Apartheid and Calvinism. The hilarious Kate Normington then joins the team for a general catch-up, and to chat about her new theatre show.

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26.04.22 Pt 2 - Does the planets being aligned mean anything significant? High school students were suspended after a video of them smoking on 4/20 went viral. The team run a poll to find out who has the ultimate phuza face… and Dr Reza Mia joins the show to chat about lost cities and vertical jets.

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26.04.22 Pt 1 - It’s a special edition of the show as Lebang does a live gender reveal of her baby! Carolyn Steyn from 67 Blankets joins the show to talk about the Rainbow Nation Blanket of Hope, and her recent honour from the French government.

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